This week’s show concentrates on Roots Reggae with tracks from the latest EP from CONSCIOUS SOUNDS; I’ve also put in tracks from WIRE, SMITH & MIGHTY and PLANXTY… For full play list go to www.dj-iano.blogspot.com
Originally posted 2013-08-29 21:00:31.
This week’s show is dedicated to The Crowbar in Groningen because it is the best god damn pub in the world. FACT. One of the proprietors, either Nathalie or Esther, put up a couple of cracking tunes on FB just before I did the show so I just had to play those 2 plus a few from bands that have played The Crowbar and a few more that I know the punters in said top class drinking establishment would like. So first up it’s the Hex Dispensers, who are regulars on This Show Rocks and are playing this Sunday in The Crowbar. Then it’s the two songs that got me thinking of Groningen in the first place- Jay Reatard and The Moonhearts. Next it’s the Red Dons, The Estranged, PIL and a relatively new one from The Buzzcocks. Fuck Mountain are actually playing two gigs in Dublin this Saturday night. First as part of the Retro Revival in Sweeny’s and then at midnight with Lurch in Whelans. They are followed by Zulu as Kono, Drive Like Jehu, Big Business, Fear, Turbonegro and Henry Rollins. Things finish up with a smattering of garage from Dan Sartain, The Oblivians and Low Culture. If you are ever lucky enough to find yourself in Holland, do whatever it takes to get to the Crowbar. You can thank me later.
Originally posted 2013-08-29 20:00:33.
So The Heads were announced as the band in residence at next years Roadburn, already it’s looking like it’d be worth the trip so i start tonights show with them.
The Heads – We Descend from
Glenn Danzig & the Power and Fury Orchestra – You and Me (Less than Zero)
Amon Duul II – Luzifers Ghilom
Alice in chains – Angry Chair
Helmet – Wilma’s Rainbow
Lovage – Anger Management
Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Numbered Days
Obituary – Slowly we Rot
Thor – Knock Them Down
Thin Lizzy – Bad Reputation
System of a Down – Bounce
Witch – 1000MPH (Check out their skateboard here)
Terrorizer – Fear of Napalm
Valient Thorr – Good News Bad News
Early Man – Fight
Time and time again I go back to listening to this guy. Robert Wyatt starts the show with Solar Flares, described as a greatest miss, which tells you much about the man. The Dr. has been having difficulty dragging his weary carcass out of the bed in the mornings, but the Doc was determined to bring you the first new GOTW for November. So enjoy this solo flare of a show
- Robert Wyatt – Solar Flares
- Pinklogik – Mindstorm
- Michale Bundt – The Brain of Oscar Panizza
- Nick Drake – Black Eyed Dog
- Massive Attack – Protection (Eno mix)
- Nusfrat Fateh Ali Kahn – Must Must ( Massive Attack Mix)
- Four Tet – And They Look Broken Hearted
- Al Green – Simply Beautiful
- The Field – Monte Veritá
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Originally posted 2013-08-28 14:00:58.
Electric Picnic 2013 is celebrating ten years and its always a party weekend at Radioactive, here’s our pick of this years performers, so put on the wellies, crack open a can of cider and tune in
Originally posted 2013-08-27 19:00:15.
1. Russian Circles – Youngblood
2. Porcupine Tree – Futile
3. Helmet – Unsung
4. Ten Years After – I’d Love To Change The World
5. NoMeansNo – Hello / Goodbye
6. The Damned – Wait For The Blackout
7. Dagda – Jahbulon
8. Meshuggah – Electric Red
9. Amebix – Shield Wall
10. Amebix – The Messenger
11.Putrefaction – Dead Streets
12. Helmet – Turned Out
Originally posted 2013-08-27 01:13:39.
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Ernest Crackleton Jr. modeling his Radioactive International t-shirt, on the upper deck of the San Francisco Bay Ferry
With the new school season just around the corner, Sir Ernest Crackleton & Son go on a heroic expedition, following in the footsteps of Otis Redding and go headed for the ‘Frisco bay, watchin’ the ships roll in, and then watch them roll away again, sittin’ on the dock of the bay, wastin’ time, and other stuff, while listening to an ace selection of recordings from 1902-1950 along the way. Will Ernest Jr. leave his heart in San Francisco? Tune in and find out!